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CORNISH HEATH Erica vagans (Height to 90cm) forms low shrubs and, in suitable locations, covers extensive areas; it puts on a particularly spectacular flowering display around Kynance Cove. The flowers are small, pale pink but are borne in tall, dense spikes (Aug-Sep); the leaves are in 4s or 5s. The species also occurs, very locally, in Ireland.
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CORNISH HEATH Erica vagans (Height to 90cm) forms low shrubs and, in suitable locations, covers extensive areas; it puts on a particularly spectacular flowering display around Kynance Cove. The flowers are small, pale pink but are borne in tall, dense spikes (Aug-Sep); the leaves are in 4s or 5s. The species also occurs, very locally, in Ireland.

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Date: 3 Aug 2006
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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